If someone says you were tongue-tied, they may be referring to your inability to speak freely for some reason. This is how tongue-tied is described according to the Urban Dictionary. However, being tongue-tied, medically speaking, is a condition that is also called ankyloglossia. It is a condition that describes when a person has tissue attached to the underside of the tongue and base of the mouth.
The warmer temperatures tend to call our names to the great and wonderful outdoors this spring season. Sports teams are beginning to form as trees are formed with their green leaves popping out of the bare winter branches. It’s a wonderful time of year of newness.
Do you struggle with your thoughts moving at a pace and pattern of a monkey? Do they tend to swing from branch to branch getting caught in messy vines of stress and fears? If you identify with this, then you may be seeking a sense of calm and relaxation, and a place of rest for your dental care.
Americans, in general, are great procrastinators. Busy work, family, and social schedules make it easy to put off things that should be done. People often battle between what is “important” and what is “urgent” because over packed schedules typically do not allow for both.